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Member since Mar-10-08 · Last seen Feb-20-10
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   Nasgard has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Jul-17-09 Kieseritzky vs Anderssen, 1851 (replies)
Nasgard: Despite Kieseritzky having an incredibly narcissistic personality hinging on the unbalanced (he considered himself the second coming!) He had no compunction about publishing this game in his own Chess magazine – giving this frankly terrible game a winder audience, opened him up to
   Jun-26-09 Alekhine vs A Love, 1923 (replies)
Nasgard: <Bishops Gambit> lol yes, we all know Raymond nicked a few pages from ‘Chess Monthly’ and used it in his book ‘The Big Book of Gambit’s’ or whatever it was called, and we’ve all heard the allegations David Levy made. There’s even photo’s on the net of a drunken
   Apr-14-09 Budapest Gambit (A52) (replies)
Nasgard: Yeah I think a3 is a bit of a nothing move because the Bishop can't be taken, so why attack it?
   Sep-10-08 Keene vs Briant, 1988 (replies)
Nasgard: <ray keene> that’s actually a huge coincidence, because I’ve just been researching the 3.e4 line in the QGA, for a congress I’m off to this weekend (usually I just go for 3 e3 and hope black falls into the fairly transparent 3...b5 4 a4, c6 5 axb5, cxb5 6 Qf3! - but its ...
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